Following the recent elections and the upcoming EU referendum you can listen to Neil Davidson talk from last month at Glasgow University about the state of British and Scottish current state of affairs and the complexities of our political scene. You can find a written version of the talk here and an audio recording here. The talk was offered by Raphael Samuel History Centre and it is part of the History and Environment seminar series.
Neil Davidson is the Author of The Origins of Scottish Nationhood (2000), and How Revolutionary were the Bourgeois Revolutions? (2012).
The Raphael Samuel History Centre is an educational collective, which seeks to broaden public participation in historical research and debate.
The History and Environment seminar series looks at political and cultural histories in their environmental context.